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Career earnings $4182,100 and sold to Japan for undisclosed sum – Mystic Journey by Needs Further (photo) came as “a lovely, little cheap filly” sold for A$11,000.

Mystic Journey aka ‘Betty’ in the paddock

Then there is US$1000 yearling spending...returns $50 mill but disqualified from Title and history. His name is Medina Spirit.

TBL on clues to Future Track – Stars

Impossible to wade through every product, every catalogue page and commonly selection luck, skilful judgment prerogative, the awareness.

The study of genetics places meaningful when implicitly comprehended why stallions ‘fire’ the way they do. The study is to pierce the ‘layers’.

Alongside All, they’ll transpire some physical movement, ‘look’ appeal, which is not readily quantifiable yet alertness, elasticity, magic, what Tesio termed nervous electricity, the verve. This insight is always observational.

Where on-line is now commercial platform, the walk, and talk are moments of intrigue…

Can one really tell why? We shall look deep in this pedigree below and exercise why this yearling is a catch?

TBL example – NZ Bloodstock sales Lot 71 – https://www.nzb.co.nz/sales/22kaa/71 .

She has striking head, smooth confident walk…..

The fillys pedigree El Roca from Agent Ziva (ex-Savabeel) has 4×4 Century ( My Babu blooded) .

Exercise – Djebel/Tourbillon covers classic frame. ie Twigmoss/Sir Tristram 5×4, distaff Tourbillon daughter Caracalla + Wild Risk thru Tourbillon’s sire Ksar, a daughter + Marceau (AUS)>> Djebel son Emperor + Rubiton > Mill Reef > Djeddah (Djebel) + Savabeel >Hold Your Peace > Tornado (Tourbillon)

Further Star Kingdom blood via Marceau (AUS) + Todman (Savabeel distaff) + Nodouble (Savabeel) + Rubiton + Fastnet Rock/Mauruding

There are numerous, crosses to speed n’ sprint structure, squaring up multiple mass via Mahmoud, Mumtaz Mahal, Mumtaz Begum, Solario (noting Century) Fair Trial, Tudor Minstrel, Royal Charger, Sol Oriens and the sum total to this (as speed structural) a ‘S’ team Sundridge/Sierra/Sainfoin through ancestral powerhouse dam Sanda by Wenlock by Lord Clifdon.